The biggest ship of the year is still sailing, but not as well as we’d like, says Paul Waugh

As the cruise ship Titanic, the sister ship Britannia was the biggest ship in the world when it left Southampton in 1912, but the Titanic’s fortunes have changed considerably over the years.

Last year, Titanic made the most of its position as the only big ship to sail the Mediterranean and, crucially, make the trip to New York.

Now, the ship is out of action for six months due to the effects of the Black Death, which swept through Europe in 1492.

Last week, it was forced to pull out of New York and move to its new berth, off the coast of St Vincent and the Grenadines, which has not been used since it was set up in 1876. 

Paul Waugh, author of The Titanic Story, told the Independent that the ship had been badly damaged by the Black Disease and was not ready to start moving again.

“However, it’s a major undertaking for the British navy, and it is going to take a few years to get the ship in order again.” “

Mr Waugh said that while the ship was undergoing repairs, Titanic had been suffering from a shortage of fresh water, and there were also fears the ship would not be able to move in time for Christmas. “

However, it’s a major undertaking for the British navy, and it is going to take a few years to get the ship in order again.”

Mr Waugh said that while the ship was undergoing repairs, Titanic had been suffering from a shortage of fresh water, and there were also fears the ship would not be able to move in time for Christmas.

The ship has also been hit by a number of storms in recent years, including a storm that struck the ship’s engines in July 2011.

Mr Wugh said that during the storm, the crew of the Titanic tried to evacuate passengers aboard the ship but were prevented from doing so, and many died.

It is an extremely important year for the Titanic, and one that will be remembered for years to come. “

The problem is that the weather is changing and the ship cannot be running as planned anymore.”

It is an extremely important year for the Titanic, and one that will be remembered for years to come.

The ship has been operating since the summer of 1914, and Mr Waught said it would be a huge hit to its reputation if the ship did not start sailing again this year.